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  • Deputies who mistakenly killed aspiring producer to return to duty

    Deputies who mistakenly killed aspiring producer to return to duty
    The L.A. County sheriff’s deputies who mistakenly shot two victims of a knife attack in West Hollywood, killing one, will return to active duty next week, department officials said. The three deputies have gone through the psychological evaluation...
  • Employees accuse Daily Grill near LAX of failing to pay 'living wage'

    Three employees at a Daily Grill restaurant near Los Angeles International Airport filed a class-action lawsuit against the restaurant chain Wednesday, charging that it had failed to pay them and more than 100 other workers the "living wage" required by...
  • Orange government lawyers fail to kill Latino voting-rights suit

    Orange government lawyers fail to kill Latino voting-rights suit
    A federal judge ruled against Orange County government lawyers today and allowed a lawsuit to proceed that alleges elected officials diluted Latino voting strength in its latest redistricting effort. "We're going to trial," said Juan Cartagena, president...
  • Saudi authorities detain activist after court appearance: wife

    DUBAI (Reuters) - A prominent Saudi rights lawyer and activist, Waleed Abu al-Khair, has been detained incommunicado by authorities after appearing in court in Riyadh on sedition charges, his wife said on Wednesday. His wife Samar Badawi said Abu al-...
  • Rhode Island loses bid to have pension reform lawsuit tossed

    (Reuters) - A lawsuit by retired Rhode Island public employees over the state's sweeping 2011 pension system overhaul will continue after a judge on Wednesday rejected a move by state officials to have the case thrown out. Superior Court Associate...
  • Around Town: Springtime calls to mind the cycle of life

    The pine tree we planted has grown tall. The cones tumble down, full of sap. Hummingbirds nest in the branches. The mama birds dive bomb when I walk by. They want to attack me, divert me and protect their young. Down the hill, dozens of hummingbirds live...
  • 4 years shaved off sentence of man convicted in '08 killing after 2nd trial

    4 years shaved off sentence of man convicted in '08 killing after 2nd trial
    A former carnival worker who fatally stabbed a man in St. Charles in 2008 had his prison term reduced today by four years. Arthur Manning, 63, had received a 29-year sentence for first-degree murder, but later won a new trial on appeal. He was convicted...
  • California city ex-manager gets 12 years in prison for corruption

    LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - The former city administrator of Bell, California, who became a symbol of local government corruption when news surfaced of his annual salary of about $800,000, was sentenced on Wednesday to 12 years in prison, officials said....
  • Lawsuit Against East Hartford Housing Authority "Temporarily" Withdrawn, Lawyer Says

    Lawsuit Against East Hartford Housing Authority "Temporarily" Withdrawn, Lawyer Says
    EAST HARTFORD — A lawsuit against the East Hartford Housing Authority filed by its former executive director, Terrence Madigan, was withdrawn Tuesday. But Madigan's attorney, Leon Rosenblatt of West Hartford, said he plans to refile the suit once...
  • Jury begins deliberating in murder trial of Iraqi-American man

    SAN DIEGO (Reuters) - Jurors began deliberating on Wednesday in the trial of an Iraqi-American man charged with murdering his wife in a case first investigated as a hate crime, following closing arguments in which prosecutors urged the panel to find him...
  • Boston Marathon bombing suspect may view autopsy photos, judge rules

    A federal judge in Boston ruled Wednesday that Dzhokhar Tsarnaev may view autopsy photographs of three people who died in the Boston Marathon bombings and indicated that he might ease some of the restrictions on the defendant to allow him unmonitored...